Winter Reviews

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The year is winding down and the holidays are fast approaching, which must mean it’s winter… and cold. Very cold. I don’t know about you, but it’s definitely time to retreat under the covers with my trusty ereader and not come until the ground starts to thaw. On the plus side, I’ll stop reading in public for the season and save all of you from my not-at-all subtle reading habits.

Here are some titles I’m looking into for my pending hibernation:

Hunger Aroused by Dee Carney – The Creative Well

“Dee Carney’s writing was easy to maneuver, and the words seemed to flow together well. Her world building was interesting, yet not over done, and the characters were created in a way that allowed me to relate to both of them with ease. Everything taken into account, this book is a great escape from reality that will leave you panting and pleasantly surprised.”

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His for the Holidays by LB Gregg, Harper Fox, ZA Maxfield, and Josh Lanyon – Tracy’s Place

“If you couldn’t tell I loved every story in this anthology. Usually when reading an anthology there are 1 maybe 2 stories that are ok, but not really to my liking in one fashion or another. Not true with these novellas. There was something about each one of them that drew me in, made me want to keep reading and in the end made me heave a big ole romantic sigh.”

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Falke’s Peak by Madison Layle & Anna Leigh Keaton – Parajunkee’s View

“Sexually changed, emotional riveting and disastrously touching – I couldn’t put Falke’s Peak down! Who needs to eat Thanksgiving dinner when I got to spend the day holed up in a cabin with Dakota, Gunnar and Axel.”

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Angel Thief by Jenny Schwartz – Book’d Out

“Angel Thief is an enjoyable paranormal romance novella that can be finished during a lunch break. You are sure to return to work with a smile on your face, surreptitiously rubbing any lamps nearby, on your way.”

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